Sid Davidoff Discusses 1968 Civil Rights Protests

Sid Davidoff Discusses 1968 Civil Rights Protests

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June 2, 2020 – DHC’s Found Partner Sid Davidoff, who started his career in public service as a top aide to New York City Mayor John V. Lindsay, spoke with The New York Times about Mayor Lindsay’s involvement in the protests in 1968 after the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. Mr. Davidoff noted that protesters were mourning the legendary civil rights leader and calling on the government to enact new civil rights laws.

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